Stories about Sub-Saharan Africa from March, 2018
Globally, close to 1 billion people are learning English as a Foreign Language and all of them encounter binary gender pronouns from the earliest lessons.
The Advox Netizen Report offers an international snapshot of challenges, victories, and emerging trends in Internet rights around the world.
This three-day protest was an opportunity for the opposition to show their support for the organisation of "credible and transparent" elections.
The coming months will be critical for the elections. Will President Kabila respect the existing electoral calendar?
During the week of March 12-18, 2018, our stories and translations attracted readers from the majority of the world's countries. Number 99 on the list? Ghana. And number 20? Madagascar.
To honor World Poetry Day on March 21, 2018, Global Voices sub-Saharan Africa team will host a Twitter chat on "Africa and the Poetry of News." Join us! #GVSSA #Poetrynews
“As a man, you need to discipline your wife," said parliamentarian Onesimus Twinamasiko during a TV interview.
During the week of March 5-11, 2018, our stories and translations attracted readers from 208 countries. Number 159 on the list? Guyana. And number 15? Kazakhstan.
"Though tulips had no practical use and lacked fragrance and medicinal value, at the height of tulip mania investors sold their homes to purchase a single bulb. Sound familiar?"
"More than a sharp protest against degrading living conditions of Luanda's slums, 'you just killed me' is also a performance act that fits perfectly into the world of contemporary art".
"Where there any hydrological as well as geology survey before sand mining to ascertain any risk on the highway?"
"A matter of pride for the african continent which doesn’t make light of the difficulties faced by African athletes to get here."
During the week of February 26-March 4, 2018, our stories and translations attracted readers from 204 countries. Number 129 on the list? Martinique. And number 13? Taiwan.
Idrissa Diallo died in policy custody in Barcelona. Today, the city is mobilising to pay tribute to his life and asking for his name to be given to a square.
"Today, Guinean bloggers are indispensable actors in the construction of a new and democratic Guinea."